100 höjdare

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100 höjdare
Genre Comedy
Presented by Filip Hammar, Fredrik Wikingsson
Voices of Bo Hansson
Theme music composer Hammar
Opening theme Pretty Belinda
Country of origin Sweden
Original language(s) Swedish

100 höjdare ("100 Highlights") was a Swedish TV series which was produced and aired on Kanal 5. Six seasons of the show were produced and it ran from 2004 to 2008. It was hosted by the comedy duo Filip Hammar & Fredrik Wikingsson.

In the first three seasons the hosts presented funny moments, often in the form of video clips, listing their 100 all-time favorites. In season two and three they also discuss the clips with celebrity guests. By season four the format changed and instead of showing clips, Filip and Fredrik made impromptu interviews with people, often in their homes.

Season overview[edit]

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Original format[edit]

The first season, "Sweden's 100 Funniest Moments", first aired on 5 September 2004 and consisted of nine 25 minute episodes. Wikingsson and Hammar presented the clips in a summer-themed outdoor environment.

The show lists funny moments and people that are not intended to be funny, i.e., no sketches or jokes, etc. The clips are chosen by the hosts and reflect their kind of humour. The well known Swedish sports commentator Bo Hansson gave voice-overs on the video clips and animations illustrating the funny moments in the first two seasons. The theme song is "Pretty Belinda" by Hammar, Wikingsson and their producer André Linschooten. The trio called themselves Fille and the Fittpippers when releasing the song; the song was originally made by Chris Andrews.

Season two, first aired on 7 March 2005, consisted of ten 45 minute episodes. The theme for season two was "The World's 100 Funniest Moments". The production was now a bit more expensive and the show took place in a studio with live audience and one or two invited guests for each show. Season two featured a part of the programme entitled "Luca's Ladder", in which Wikingson & Hammars' gay Italian friend Luca Brasi presented one of his favourite clip from the first season.

Despite its title, season three of 100 höjdare consisted of eight different top ten lists, making it only 80 highlights. As in season two, each episode is 45 minutes and takes place in a studio with guests commenting the clips. Season three first aired on 21 November 2005.

New format[edit]

In season four, Fredrik and Filip try to find Sweden's 100 most original people. The winner of each show was invited for a grand finale where an overall winner was selected. Season four first aired on 28 August 2006. Season five, airing in 2007, was similar to season four, but included people from all over Scandinavia.

In season six, first aired on 17 March 2008, they travel around America trying to find "100 reasons to love the United States" in the form of very unusual people. In the last episode, similar to season four and five, they crown "America's most extraordinary person".

Episode overview[edit]

Season 1–5 September 2004
Episode #   Running length   Guest(s) # Title Year
Episode 1 25 min No Guest(s) 100 Anders Björck on parade 1992
99 Ingemar Nordström's makes a video 1987
98 Lars Gåre's portrait on "Veckans nu" 2004
97 Strindberg vs Oscar II 1884
96 Alternative melodifestival 1975
95 A bleeding Bertil Svensson 1986
94 Election night with Erik Fichtelius 1994
93 Åke Svanstedt guessing the population of Sundsvall 1997
92 Torbjörn Nero films a JAS landing 1989
91 Glenn Hysén plans his summer 1990
90 Launch of "Solstollarna" 1985
89 Bo Ringholm får en tårta i ansiktet 1997
Episode 2 25 min No Guest(s) 88 Sven Tumba - Ice-Hockey World Cup 1970
87 Sweden - Sovjet 1981
86 Bindefeld tries to party in New York 1995
85 Paul Weller interviewed on "Måndagsbörsen" 1981
84 Sweden seeks a king 1810
83 Tommy Söderberg carries a hockey bag 2001
82 "Skytte" theme song 1991
81 Lill-Babs meets her lovers on "Här är ditt liv" 1980
80 Dag Finn in "Okej" 1989
79 Cornelis 1975
78 Ingvar Carlsson dances 1993
Episode 3 25 min No Guest(s) 77 Bruno Wintzell tries to sing 1992
76 Ulf Lundell stops drinking 1988
75 Sweden's JFK 1968
74 Jonas Berggren 1996
73 Tommy Körberg 1981
72 Popsicle vs Arvingarna 1993
71 Hormoslyr-Shot 1975
71b Berghagen's record 1999
69 Olympics 3000 m Steeplechase final 1976
68 Per Gahrton 1994
67 Tutti Frutti 1993
Episode 4 25 min No Guest(s) 66 Jonas Berggren's girlfriend dancing 1996
65 Louis Armstrong visits Sweden 1933
64 Yngwie Malmsteen releases the fury 1988
63 Tito hurts his hand 1976
62 Skurt disrupts a paper mill 1993
61 "Aktuellt" premiers 1958
60 Feven's Grammis acceptance speech 2001
59 Forsberg 1994
58 Christer Pettersson celebrates 1989
57 Bruno Wintzell backs up 1988
56 Carl Bildt sings 1988
Episode 5 25 min No Guest(s) 55 Rasmus Lindwall visits fader Fouras 1992
54 Johnny Ekström turns famous 1984
53 Harald Treutiger in "Efter tre" 1997
52 Harald Treutiger's marathon broadcast 2003
51 Lenin goes shopping in Stockholm 1917
50 South Africa fiasco 1999
49 "Gymping" is launched 1983
48 "Loket" calls Rut 1998
47 Niklas Strömstedt vs Hans Shimoda 1995
46 Kay leaves the frame 1988
Episode 6 25 min No Guest(s) 45 Swedish Metal Aid 1985
44 Götheborg almost makes it back from China 1743
43 KU 1988-89
42 Carl Bildt discusses anal sex 1998
41 The media experiment "Nudlar & 08:or" 1996
40 Ringholm vs Ahlenius 1999
39 Liza Marklund in sun glasses on the cover of "Prime time" 2002
38 The Zick Zack fiasco 1988
37 Locum wishes Merry Christmas 2001
36 Rafael Diaz the phantom 1986
35 Staffan Lindeborg mistreats Jan-Ove Waldner 2000
Episode 7 25 min No Guest(s) 34 Jarl Alfredius broadcast from Sarajevo 1993
33 Inga Gill steals on avocado 1989
32 Stockholm seeks the Olympics 1997
31 Glenn Hysén 1990
30 Sweden gets ready for nuclear weapons 1959
29 Ny Demokrati enters parliament 1991
28 Ralf Edström tipsy on the radio 1988
27 Sweden's Coca-Cola Boycott 1980
26 Ulf Adelsohn buys a cordless phone 1982
25 Mats Wilander releases a singel 1991
24 Göran Persson's military portrait is published 1996
23 Peter Wallenberg comments on South Africa 1994
Episode 8 25 min No Guest(s) 22 Tommy Salo and the Belarus puck 2002
21 Len Pearson 2002
20 JAS 39 Gripen - second attempt 1993
19 Stig Bergling changes name 1986
18 Björn Skifs forgets the lyrics 1978
17 Carl Bildt, 16, protest against disobedience 1966
16 The Swedish Navy finishes itself 1675
15 Tomas Ledin claims he wrote "Snabbköpskassörskan" 2002
14 Kjell-Olof Feldt doodles in parliament 1983
13 Janne Josefsson returns to Fittja 2002
12 Frank Andersson returns from Las Vegas 1984
11 The king visits Arboga 1985
Episode 9 25 min No Guest(s) 10 Ingemar Stenmark goes downhill 1981
9 Sweden gets a new boy band 1979
8 Martin Dahlin's "mother" visits Rålambshovsparken 1994
7 Aftonbladet reports on a murder 1970
6 Birgit Friggebo and Bildt visits Rinkeby 1992
5 Bosse Larsson admits paying for sex 1995
4 The PM is caught stealing candy 1996
3 The trailer for the film "Tre solar" 2003
2 "Friends In Need" releases the singel "Alla Vi" 1999
1 "The Drop" 1985
Season 2–7 March 2005
Episode #   Running length   Guest(s)
Episode 1 45 min Kristian Luuk
Episode 2 45 min Olle Palmlöf
Episode 3 45 min Henrik Schyffert
Episode 4 45 min Fadde Darwich, Linda Rosing
Episode 5 45 min Olle Ljungström
Episode 6 45 min Fredrik Strage, Thomas Jisander
Episode 7 45 min Wille Crafoord
Episode 8 45 min Micke Dubois
Episode 9 45 min Felix Herngren
Episode 10 45 min Peter Wahlbeck
Season 3–21 November 2005
Episode #   Running length   Guest(s)
Episode 1 45 min Martin Timell, Anders Timell
Episode 2 45 min Robert Gustafsson
Episode 3 45 min Carina Berg, Fredde Granberg
Episode 4 45 min Annika Lantz, Jonas Leksell
Episode 5 45 min David Batra, Johan Glans
Episode 6 45 min Dogge Doggelito, Mikael Tornving
Episode 7 45 min Hans Wiklund, Pontus Gårdinger
Episode 8 45 min Anders and Måns
Season 4 - August 28, 2006
Episode #   Running length   Guest(s)
Episode 1 45 min
Episode 2 45 min
Episode 3 45 min
Episode 4 45 min
Episode 5 45 min
Episode 6 45 min
Episode 7 45 min
Episode 8 45 min
Season 5
Episode #   Length     Segment     Guest(s)     a.k.a.
Episode 1 45 min 1 Kjell Söderlund Disco-Kjelle
2 Ivan Trygg Bo-i-bilen-mannen
3 Bodil Granberg Djurkvinnan
4 Jan-Erik Svennberg Turkietmannen
5 Gunnar Rydholm Statistikmannen
6 Joachim Datorius Anti-EU-mannen
Episode 2 45 min 1 Thorbjörn Fälldin f.d. statsminister
2 Ernold Ivarsson Körkortsmannen
3 Ulf Sawert Prinsessan-Madeleine-Mannen
4 Clifton Fexmo Annonsmannen
5 Sten-Georg Hockeybröderna
6 Arne Norse Skiffle Joe
Episode 3 45 min
Episode 4 45 min
Episode 5 45 min
Episode 6 45 min
Episode 7 45 min
Episode 8 45 min
Season 6–17 March 2008
Episode #   Length     Segment     Guest(s)     a.k.a.
Episode 1 60 min 1 Harold Ivy Gummimannen
2 Chris Dennis Stålmannen
3 Miriam Schuler Condom Granma
4 Colin MacGuire Big C
Episode 2 60 min 1 Dave Shealey Skunk-apemannen
2 Timna Pilch 1700-talskvinnan
3 Alex Chiu Odödlighets-mannen
4 Crazy Carl Patt-mannen
Episode 3 60 min 1 Jan Wenner Svidish Kaboj
2 Frank Moore Presidentkandidat-mannen
3 Susan Block Vicepresident-kvinnan
4 Howard Solomon Slott-mannen
5 Biker Fox ADHD-mannen
Episode 4 60 min 1 Kenny Irwing Mannen-som-aldrig-vill-bli-stor-mannen
2 Helen Jenkins Hisskvinnan
3 Steve Sipek Amerikanska definitionen av husdjur
4 David Johnson Buskmannen
Episode 5 60 min 1 Tim Dunden Regnskogsmannen
2 Lory & George (Griskvinnan/GQ Man-of-the-year)
3 Tony (Klockmannen)
4 Frank Chu Skyltmannen
5 Leonard Knight Älska-gud-mannen
6 Mike Ricardi Negligémannen
Episode 6 60 min 1 Stanley Marsh Konstnärsmannen
2 LBK Kreativitetsmannen
3 Mike Meadows Generalen
4 Annabelle & Harley Redneck-paret
5 Morris Hoven Miss Loretta
6 Anvil Shooting Good ol' boys
Episode 7 60 min 1 Mark & Mike American movie-killarna
2 Money Banks R.Kelly-mannen
3 Linda Lee Bruce Lee's sister
4 Johan Renck
5 Franklin Ruehl Jag-har-en-framtid-i-showbiz-mannen
Episode 8 90 min Finale Harold Ivy (Gummimannen)
LBK (Kreativitetsmannen)
Mike Ricardi (Negligémannen)
Kenny Irwing (Mannen-som-aldrig-
vill-bli-stor-mannen
)
The Finalists
Edwin Johnson (Sminkmannen)
Hugo Bergström (Indianmannen)
Jan Myrehed (Entertainermannen)
Sten ”Taxi” Jonsson
The Jury